Jughead & Reader: The Truth
Summary: You and Jughead have been seeing each other regularly but you haven’t told your parents. When you ask him to go with you to a family member’s wedding, you figure it would be the perfect time to tell your mom and dad. But your mom let her disapproval be known during an argument with you and Jughead unfortunately overheard the conversation.
“Come on, please?” You begged as you slid a plate of fries towards your boyfriend who was sitting next to you at a booth at Pop’s. His arms were crossed, showing his disinterest in your proposal and his refusal to accept your bribes. His expression was hard and stern.
“Pop,” you called to the man walking past your booth when Jughead wouldn’t budge. “Can I get a cheeseburger, please?” You asked.
Jughead slouched in the booth. “Not fair,” he said. “You know I can’t say no when a burger’s involved.”
You laughed and turned to him. “I really want you to go to my aunt’s wedding with me,” you told him again. “It’ll be so boring without you.”
“Take someone else,” he said as he ate a fry and shrugged his shoulders.
A pout danced on your lips. “I want you.”
Jughead looked at you. “I promise you that I would be no fun at a wedding. I’m not even fun now.” He laughed.
You rolled your eyes. “You know that’s not true. Come on, please? I’ll pay you in food.” You laughed and pushed the fries closer to him.
He closed his eyes and thought for a few seconds before taking a deep breath. “I hope you know how many burgers it’s going to take.”
You grinned and kissed him. “Thank you,” you said against his lips. “I promise it won’t be that bad. We’ll just go in, say hi, eat, maybe dance, then leave.”
Jughead’s eyes widened. “I didn’t agree to dancing,” he told you.
“Fries!” You held the plate up underneath his nose and he laughed, playfully pushing them away.
“Alright, alright. One dance.” He smiled at you. “Maybe two.”
“Good enough for me.” You kissed him.